An eagle-eyed Friends fan has spotted something we all missed (Picture: Getty)
Friends fans have been revisiting old episodes after all the excitement surrounding the reunion special, and one eagle-eyed viewer has spotted something we’d all missed.
As pointed out by Twitter user Jarett Wieselman, who works on social media for Netflix, the very first episode featured a blooper which has gone almost entirely unnoticed until now.
The scene in question comes from Friends pilot The One Where Monica Gets a Roommate, which features a glaring continuity error.
As audiences are introduced to Lisa Kudrow’s Phoebe Buffay, she talks to Jennifer Aniston’s Rachel Green in the kitchen of the apartment.
‘Oh I just pulled out four eyelashes, that can’t be good,’ she says.
There’s a laugh from the audience before the camera cuts to the ‘wine guy’ dating Courteney Cox’s Monica Geller.
Only, Phoebe is on the sofa beside him nursing a cup of coffee, with actress Lisa seemingly having been there the whole time.
Of course, it’s impossible that she could have been in two places at once, and it’s a surprise we hadn’t noticed the mistake before.
The pair are in the kitchen – nothing to see here (Picture: NBC)
Who’s that hiding in the background? (Picture: NBC)
Jarett tweeted: ‘I never noticed the continuity error in the Friends pilot that makes it look like Phoebe is reacting to herself (or Ursula is secretly there…)’
Meanwhile, the long-awaited HBO Max special finally dropped last week, with Lisa, Jennifer, David Schwimmer, Courteney Cox, Matt LeBlanc and Matthew Perry back together to reminisce about their 10 years on the series.
One of the biggest moments came when Lisa and David, who starred as on-off couple Ross and Rachel Green, stunned the world by revealing they actually ‘hard crushed’ on each other in real life.
Meanwhile, Friends: The Reunion director Ben Winston has defended actor Matthew from ‘unkind’ comments about the actor, with fans concerned about the Chandler Bing star whose speech appeared to be slurred.
Friends: The Reunion is available to stream on NOW.